Sunday, June 21, 2015

On Izaak Walton's Pond

Comma Butterfly
Common Yellowthroat
Artemisia
 
This little guy was singing so hard he almost deflated.
Coneflower

Barn Swallow

Sitting on a dock at my conservation club is always nice. I have been out all week early in the morning. It has been fun sharing fish pictures and stories with all around me.
 
 
  This reflection looked like a mountain to me 
Indigo Bunting
Giant Swallowtail
Swamp Milkweed

10 comments:

  1. Such pretty pictures (as always!) LOVE that first shot; how thoughtful of Madame Butterfly (ha ha) to stop on that marvelous blue background for you!

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  2. love that swamp milkweed. Hope you had a great father's day

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  3. I don't know why I don't get up early and get out. It's the best time of the day. Well, I do know why I don't get up early. I live with somebody who is very cranky in the morning.

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  4. You made me chuckle with the "deflated" cardinal comment. I really like the coneflower shot, too. I like that you chose a less-than-perfect specimen for your photo.

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  5. What an amazing world we live in. Such glorious colors. Thank you for sharing. You took some grand photos!

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  6. Your pictures are always wonderful. I especially noticed the Indigo Bunting this time. I only ever saw any once in my life, but I thought at the time they were the most beautiful birds I ever saw.

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  7. I like the first butterfly and the indigo bunting. Pretty pictures!

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  8. beautiful. looks like a first season for the cardinal.

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  9. Beautiful collection here. I'd love to see that bunting. Did just send off 5 swallow babies from the eaves of our dock. So fun to watch them getting ready for flight.

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